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This was my third season getting to cover minor hockey on the North Island.
Kervin’s Corner: Our region’s communities heavily rely on the forestry sector — Let’s not change that for now
“Any transition out of our forest-based economy would take years along with careful planning…”
Population growth means there should be more recreational activities for community members to enjoy.
Many a time our staff have had to call the RCMP to report people passed out in the parking lot.
Sportsmanship is also a skill that needs practice after Lias Andersson threw his silver medal into the crowd
“It seems almost every month we’re met with a tragedy that could’ve been prevented”
Here’s some things you can expect from me in the new year.
“We should have first rate internet services, especially if we’re paying first rate prices.”
This painting is a product of that propensity for wild places.
Many local entrepreneurs along B.C.’s coast showed interest in salmon farming in the 1980s.
You don’t know what you got till it’s gone
This is just to say that we can’t simply assume all First Nations are against it.
“Let’s Talk Forests” tour finds desire for old-growth protection and Indigenous & community control of forests
“The meetings were well-attended and full of passionate people.”
This painting was done from sketches in the high country where the trees were still brilliant.
I did a sketch of this scene and painted a finished watercolour from it just lately.
The difficulty with any conversation about old growth forests begins with the definition.